The students of Institute of Brunei Technical Education, IBTE are not limited only to classroom teaching and theoretical knowledge learning, but they are also exposed to handicraft skills training at the IBTE Learning Centre and workshops on campus as well as given work placements at actual work sites. Dr Chin Wei Keh, Chief Executive Officer of IBTE in his welcoming speech during the Orientation Week for the July 2017 intake, also urged students to fully utilise their time at IBTE not only to develop skills and efficacy but also to develop themselves to become useful individuals.
The reading of the pledge was led by members of the IBTE Students' Council. Meanwhile, a briefing aimed at familiarising new students with the 2 IBTE Schools networks, was delivered by representatives of several government agencies including the Ministry of Education, Narcotics Control Bureau, the Royal Brunei Police Force, Anti-Corruption Bureau and Ministry of Health.
More than one thousand 780 students are taking part in the orientation week. This year, IBTE are offering 832 National Technical Education Certificate, NTec programmes, and 950 Higher National Technical Education Certificate, HNTec programmes at the 7 campuses.
Source: Radio Television Brunei